CROWN POINT - There's a new face in the Crown Point town hall.
Kimberly Woods is now clerk to Supervisor Bethany Kosmider. She started the job Jan. 3.
Woods, a Crown Point native, comes to the post after retiring from Champlain National Bank, where she worked 26 years.
"I'm too young just to sit at home," Woods said. "When I decided to retire from the bank I mentioned to some people I was looking for another opportunity. Bethany heard and asked me if I was interested in helping the town."
Woods replaced Wendy Ingleston, who held the position the last five years.
The clerk to the supervisor serves as the town book keeper, records maintenance officer, and is the water and sewer billing clerk. She also answers public inquiries and performs other duties as needed.
"Working in the bank I've always worked with money and numbers," Woods said. "It's something I enjoy. I just want to help Bethany and the town in any way I can."
Kosmider said Crown Point is lucky to have Woods on board.
"She has the experience to help us with our book keeping, but she can do so much more," Kosmider said. "She has a wonderful reputation and is very professional. She has great maturity, self confidence and intelligence."